Hashim Amla announces retirement from all forms of cricket
According to details, South African star cricketer Hashim Amla has announced his retirement from all kinds of cricket.
Hashim Amla announced his retirement from international cricket in 2019, after which he appeared to play in English county, but now he has announced his retirement from professional cricket.
A glimpse of Hashim Amla’s career
Hashim Amla, 39, represented South Africa in 124 Test matches, in which he scored 9,282 runs at an average of 46.64, including 28 centuries, after Jack Kelce, all from South Africa in this format. There are more runs than the batter.
Hashim Amla’s highest score in Test cricket is 311 not out, which he scored in the Oval against England in 2012, who is also the first South African battery to score a triple century.
Hashim Amla scored a total of 18,672 runs in all three formats, playing 181 ODIs and 44 T20s from South Africa.
He scored 8,113 runs in 181 ODIs with 27 centuries, while scoring 1,277 runs in 44 T20 International matches.